Thursday Evening Thoughts

Good evening, folks. We’re putting the wraps on a very nice weather day across the Commonwealth and we keep the decent weather rolling into the weekend. Once beyond that, thing change as our pattern gets very busy for the week ahead.

The setup for early next week remains the same as a storm moves up the east coast with a few weaker systems diving in here from the northwest. Those may be able to spit out a touch of rain and snow in our neck of the woods. Here’s the European Model…

What comes after this has the potential to become a bigger storm system by late next week into the following weekend. The Euro is showing one system working through, bringing some colder air behind it and then has a slow moving cutoff with winter weather…

It’s interesting to note how the GFS is very similar to that…

The models will continue to flip around a lot in the coming days because there is just so much energy to throw the models for a loop.

As we start to look toward Thanksgiving week, the Ensembles keep us colder than normal…

I’ll have all the latest with a new update later tonight. Make it a good one and take care.

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One Response to Thursday Evening Thoughts

  1. Mike S says:

    Absolutely fascinated by Barrow AK 100-year climate record (of course, it’s easier to spell Barrow instead of its recently renamed Utqiagvik). Despite its location at least 300 miles above the Arctic circle, this November is on pace to finish high in the top ten warmest list…again. How would you like your city having these statistics…?
    February…2nd warmest; March…warmest ever; April…10th warmest; May…4th warmest; July…warmest ever; September…warmest ever; October…2nd warmest.
    …and did you know, Barrow does not pay sales tax and income tax? In fact it pays its residents to live there. But, I’m still committed to live here (house rules…wife and child say so, actually they prefer that tropical environment called Florida)

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